40k chaos chaos daemons chaos space marines Emperor's Children featured Flawless Host Keeper of Secrets Slaanesh Steel Mentor thechirurgeon Warhammer 40k, ©  2020 Goonhammer. Talk about a glow-up. Is it just me or is this very good? After being stuck with a dopey metal model and mediocre rules for the better part of 3 editions, Slaanesh’s Greater Daemons are making a comeback in a big way. The Slaanesh strategems also impact the assault phases. Well, that might could just work out sort of OK. Also I couldn’t fit a third Venomcrawler into the list. It also makes 10 Attacks in combat, 2 with S6 AP-2 D3 tendrils, and 8 more with S6 AP-1 D2 claws (which can proc an AP of -4 when it rolls a 6+ to wound). For only 40 points more than a Winged Daemon Prince, Syll’Esske, The Vengeful Allegiance gives you a similar statline with double the attacks, plus both the Daemon Prince and Herald aura buffs, plus a unique morale aura buff. That didn't really work in 8th Edition, which revolved competitively about bringing brutal shooting and consistently holding a limited number of objectives. Ryuzaki. Although they don’t really measure up to Plaguebearers and Bloodletters, Daemonettes do have a couple of saving graces. New plastic models are here! And look, I know I’ve said in the past that Possessed aren’t worth it, but if they can advance and charge and they’re coming in with S7? On top of that, Syll’Esske comes with a monster 8 attacks and can fight twice every turn, once with each of its two weapons (the Axe of Dominion hits at S8, AP-3, 3 Damage, while the Scourging whip hits at S5, Ap-1, 1 Damage and makes D3 hit rolls instead of 1 for each attack). While Shalaxi’s boosted cost also buys you a slightly greater degree of survivability – Shalaxi comes with a Shining Aegis and is harder to hit and wound in melee – they still suffer from the same problem as the Keeper of Secrets. Here what we’re doing is using Greater Possessed to get an additional +1 S buff on the SLAANESH DAEMONS in the Flawless Host detachments, and using the Lords Discordant in tandem to bum rush the enemy lines alongside a pair of Venomcrawlers. Warlord Trait: Ultimate Confidence HQ: Lord Discordant on Helstalker Troops: Chaos Cultists (11) Troops: Chaos Cultists (10) Troops: Chaos Cultists (10), Chaos Space Marines Battalion Detachment, 840 points (+5 CP) Legion: Emperor’s Children HQ: Sorcerer on Steed of Slaanesh w/Force Axe HQ: Sorcerer on Steed of Slaanesh w/Force Axe Troops: 10x Noise Marines w/7x Sonic Blasters, 2x Blastmasters Troops: 10x Noise Marines w/9x Sonic Blasters Troops: 10x Noise Marines w/9x Sonic Blasters. One_Wing: Dual Thermal Iconoclast Knights seem really, really good. He’s even better once you devote him to Slaanesh, slapping an Intoxicating Elixir on him and making him part of the Flawless Host. Daemon Prince are truly the Thanksgiving feast of units, but unlike everything else in 40k spending more on a Daemon Prince is worth it. Daemons Tactics. While there’s a lot to like about the new Daemons, there are a few older units, particularly among the Chaos Space Marines, that we’ll also look at. A Seeker of Slaanesh rides to war against the troops of the Astra Militarum atop a Steed of Slaanesh.. A Steed of Slaanesh is a Daemon of the Chaos God Slaanesh that appears in the form of a daemonic beast that can be used as a mount by Daemonettes or rare mortal Chaos Champions of the Dark Prince.. Steeds of Slaanesh are the favoured mounts ridden by the Daemonette cavalry known as Seekers. Finally the Flawless Cloak relic gives the bearer +1 Attack and extends the range of their aura abilities by +3″. The Epitome looks like a great unit that hasn’t quite found it’s place yet. Given it can advance and charge in a pure Slaanesh detachment, when you need it in melee you can also get it there double time. Mathhammer wise Heralds of Slaanesh is a giant quality increase for Daemonettes and Seekers. Archived. Posted by. Add in the Masque chilling behind them, and suddenly you’ve got screen that works extremely well against armies relying on a big shock charge. Warlord Trait: Ultimate Confidence HQ: Lord Discordant on Helstalker Troops: Chaos Cultists (11) Troops: Chaos Cultists (10) Troops: Chaos Cultists (10)Chaos Space Marines Battalion Detachment, 840 points (+5 CP) Legion: Emperor’s Children HQ: Sorcerer on Steed of Slaanesh w/Force Axe HQ: Sorcerer on Steed of Slaanesh w/Force Axe Troops: 10x Noise Marines w/7x Sonic Blasters, 2x Blastmasters Troops: 10x Noise Marines w/9x Sonic Blasters Troops: 10x Noise Marines w/9x Sonic Blasters A Rush of Pain – 2,000 PointsOn the other hand, if we didn’t care at all about the shooting, well then we might make a list that looks like this. Keep 40k WeirdMore than four thousand words in and we’ve barely touched the tip of what can be done with Slaanesh! After being stuck with a dopey metal model and mediocre rules for the better part of 3 editions, Slaanesh’s Greater Daemons are making a comeback in a big way. With the 2019 releases of Wrath and Rapture and Hedonites of Slaanesh for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar, 40k players have been treated to a slew of brand-new units and updated models for Slaaneshi daemons along with updated rules for their use in the 41st millennium. Our double locuses help us avoid those problems and make the Venomcrawler faster to boot. Providing A++ psychic defence and the looming threat of trapping a unit in combat with Knights makes it a great compliment to this build. Now things are heating up. Between the massive shift in size, stat changes and the slew of new weapons options, the Keeper is essentially a brand-new unit. A Chaos Daemon, or simply Daemon (pronounced DEE-mahn), also known as a "Neverborn" amongst the forces of Chaos, is an intelligent and usually malevolent entity of the Warp comprised of purely psychic energy. Slaanesh Daemons aside from Keeper of Secrets or Daemon Prince, do not have good ways of dealing with high T high W units. Warhammer 40,000 Battle Report: Adeptus Mechanicus vs Daemons of Slaanesh 2000pts Tabletop Tactics November 14, 2020 34 144 34 Likes Dungeons & Dragons Cast of Players: The Blood Temple Origins – Rynirak Chapter 1 We’re going to make use of that second Locus to Advance and Charge a lot, you see. I was wondering from a matched play perspective if anyone had experience running reasonably competitive lists of mono Slaanesh? We’ll probably look at the Masque for one of these, because of her ability to boost the survivability of both Syll’Esske and the Epitome, which have the DAEMONETTE keyword. Army List - Click to ExpandIconoclast Super Heavy – 1279 2x Despoiler w/ 2x Thermal Cannons – 794 Despoiler w/ 2x  Avenger Gatling Cannons + Heavy Flamers – 485Slaanesh Daemon Battalion – 718 Contorted Epitome – 195 The Masque – 65 30 Daemonettes, Banner, Instrument – 205 28 Daemonettes, Banner, Instrument – 193 10 Daemonettes – 60One_Wing: Dual Thermal Iconoclast Knights seem really, really good. The Epitome looks like a great unit that hasn’t quite found it’s place yet. Slaanesh Daemons tactics and list help? Tzeentch’s Daemons are cunning, using warp magic and trickery to achieve their goals. Despite being one of the four cardinal Chaos Powers and Khorne’s supposed rival in The Great Game, Slaanesh has felt like the neon-haired stepchild of the Chaos pantheon in recent years, even getting tossed into a sack and kidnapped in Age of Sigmar. The senses of the Champion are increa… All told, its stats are tasty as hell, but the Epitome’s main strengths lay in its Psychic shenanigans and the Horrible Fascination rule. Well, that might could just work out sort of OK. Also I couldn’t fit a third Venomcrawler into the list. I am going to focus on tactics for enemy model manipulation using The Masque with a unit of Horrors and a unit of Daemonettes. Unlike the daemons that follow other chaos gods, many of the Tzeentch troop units can use magic to manifest … That means lots of Lords Discordant and the best double-shooting we can muster to support our combat monsters. The new Keeper of Secrets might be larger, but Syll’Esske might be the breakout star of the new release. May 23, 2018 - Explore Matt Hunter's board "slaanesh color schemes" on Pinterest. Yes 29: 80.56%: No 7: 19.44%: Voters: 36. I was wondering what all your opinions are on them as well as past experiences on how well they work. If you think there’s something we missed, or if you’ve got a great idea for a Slaanesh-heavy list, we’d love to hear it — shoot us an email at [email protected] and share your weird creation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related, Iconoclast Super Heavy – 1279 2x Despoiler w/ 2x Thermal Cannons – 794 Despoiler w/ 2x  Avenger Gatling Cannons + Heavy Flamers – 485, Slaanesh Daemon Battalion – 718 Contorted Epitome – 195 The Masque – 65 30 Daemonettes, Banner, Instrument – 205 28 Daemonettes, Banner, Instrument – 193 10 Daemonettes – 60. Just incredibly shameful. [Needs Citation]Slaanesh typically appears in a form which is female on the right side and male on the left, with two sets o… The Dual Avenger build is still good enough that you want one, as quite a lot of the flexible relics and abilities are very powerful in the right matchups, so you want one around to buff up as appropriate, but Dual Thermals are great on the wing-giant robots.To back up the brutal power these represent you want bodies, but one of the problems with trying to mix hordes and Knights is tripping yourself up – Plaguebearers in particular are very slooooow unless you invest in buffs that you could be spending Knight points on.Daemonettes seem like a good solution to this – they’re on smaller bases, and in a full Slaanesh detachment can pick up Advance and Charge from the characters, so they’re mobile enough to clear a path when needed. In Warhammer 40k magic is represented by psychic powers. Leaders. The Dual Avenger build is still good enough that you want one, as quite a lot of the flexible relics and abilities are very powerful in the right matchups, so you want one around to buff up as appropriate, but Dual Thermals are great on the wing-giant robots.To back up the brutal power these represent you want bodies, but one of the problems with trying to mix hordes and Knights is tripping yourself up – Plaguebearers in particular are very slooooow unless you invest in buffs that you could be spending Knight points on.Daemonettes seem like a good solution to this – they’re on smaller bases, and in a full Slaanesh detachment can pick up Advance and Charge from the characters, so they’re mobile enough to clear a path when needed. Hellbane also gets a built in re-roll for wound rolls of a 1, which is a helpful boost, and enemies trying to hit Hellbane in melee take a -1 to both their To Hit and To Wound rolls. Our double locuses help us avoid those problems and make the Venomcrawler faster to boot.The Pain Rush (2,000 Points) - Click to expand Total Command Points: 10 Chaos Daemons Supreme Command Detachment, 665 points (+1 CP) Allegiance: Slaanesh HQ: Syll’Esske, the Vengeful Allegiance HQ: Contorted Epitome HQ: Contorted Epitome HQ: The MasqueChaos Space Marines Battalion Detachment, 910 points (+5 CP) Legion: Flawless Host HQ: Daemon Prince with Wings (Warlord), Intoxicating Elixir, 2x Malefic Talons. Name Faction Unit Species Description Masque of Slaanesh: Daemons of Slaanesh: Former Handmaiden of Slaanesh: Daemonette: The Masque of Slaanesh is a Daemonette and was once Slaanesh's favoured dancer and chief handmaiden until she was cast out by her master. . First, the Epitome can cast and dispel up to 2 powers a turn. HQ: Keeper of Secrets: At […] As a result, despite being fans of the undisputed Best God (don’t @ me I know internet lawyers), Slaanesh fans have had to sit grinding our pretty pearly teeth while our uglier Chaos friendos got toy after toy after toy during the Chaos range overhaul that has occurred over the last three and and a half years. That said, we’ve already talked about which units are good so now we’re more interested in the wonky bullshit aspect of building Slaanesh. Come with us as we delve down the uncomfortably moist hole of Slaaneshi factions and examine the new units and how they can slot into your own bands of magical bimbos, himbos and ximbos alike, while taking a broader look at how to make the most of 40k’s most overlooked Chaos friendos. Quick. The biggest downside to the new Keeper of Secrets is that 16-Wound attribute. Unlike many factions, the core strength of Chaos is in its troops, leading to builds that see players marching large hordes of lesser daemons across the table. Luckily, the Keeper now has some new tricks to make it even more survivable with two of its new options. Not quite as new as the rest of the crew considering that she was released in last year’s Wrath and Rapture box set, but it’s worth talking about the Infernal Enrapturess here. Daemons of Slaanesh: Fiends - Chaos Daemons - Warhammer 40K. . Chaos Daemons are an army that at first glance, may seem very straightforward and limited. Credit: OhDearGodNo’s son, who is apparently rad as hell, Chaos Space Marines with the SLAANESH keyword get access to the Endless Cacophony stratagem, which lets them shoot an additional time. If you think there’s something we missed, or if you’ve got a great idea for a Slaanesh-heavy list, we’d love to hear it — shoot us an email at [email protected] and share your weird creation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related, Chaos Space Marines Battalion Detachment, 910 points (+5 CP) Legion: Flawless Host HQ: Daemon Prince with Wings (Warlord), Intoxicating Elixir, 2x Malefic Talons. But further investigation reveals a deep, versatile faction that can work well either on its own or as part of a soup army. A list that One_Wing put together for our review of the Chaos Knights Codex, this list matches the new Slaanesh Daemons with the new Chaos Knights to provide a one-two punch of insane mid-range firepower from double-gun knights with the close combat prowess and high Movement of Slaaneshi daemons. 2 years ago. But no longer! Its psychic prowess is further pushed into Tzeentch’s territory with a bonus +1 to cast and dispel, which means it can cast Delightful agonies on a 4+, and cast Hysterical Frenzy on a 7+, which are both very good things. From Daemon Princes to Daemonettes, we’re sure there’s more to dig into here for enterprising freaks. Let’s break the units down. Daemonettes seem like a good solution to this – they’re on smaller bases, and in a full Slaanesh detachment can pick up Advance and Charge from the characters, so they’re mobile enough to clear a path when needed. For the reasons outlined earlier, the Daemonettes are especially good at screening in the Genestealer Cult matchup, which is one that’s normally tough for Knights as well. Some of these tactics become even more powerful when coupled … At first glance, the Contorted Epitome looks like a weird variant on the Herald of Slaanesh. This isn’t bad, but it’s going to lose out to the Intoxicating Elixir most of the time in terms of effectiveness. The upside however is that you can thresh those targets away with the 8-24 whip attacks before moving on to clobber things with the axe with your second fight action. If you think there’s something we missed, or if you’ve got a great idea for a Slaanesh-heavy list, we’d love to hear it — shoot us an email at [email protected] and share your weird creation.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related, Chaos Space Marines Battalion Detachment, 495 points (+5 CP) Legion: Flawless Host HQ: Daemon Prince with Wings (Warlord), Intoxicating Elixir, 2x Malefic Talons. Wargaming web-store with low prices, speedy delivery and excellent customer service. To use Veterans of the Long War, we’ll need to use a non-Renegade legion. box and I absolutely love the look of this army! Really happy to see Daemons of Slaanesh on the channel. I took a different route than everyone else picking Slaanesh because in my mind, it focus on speed and efficiency to win games. This option is outshone by the Soulstealer relic weapon (which you should absolutely windmill slam onto a Keeper), but can be a nice option for a secondary Keeper. Venomcrawlers are a solid and underrated unit, but suffer greatly from having S6 base and having that degrade as they get bracketed. Slaanesh Daemons Supreme Command ; Herald of Slaanesh ; Infernal Enraptures ; The Contorted Epitome ; Georg and his Slaanesh Tournament Winning List Interview: Georg, why did you go with Slaanesh Daemons? Slaanesh Daemons tactics and list help? Desire is a powerful emotion and Slaanesh is the embodiment of all desire, with it's Champions revelling in their pleasures. See more ideas about Warhammer, Miniatures, Miniature painting. See more ideas about Chaos daemons, Warhammer, Warhammer fantasy. In contrast Pavane can be taken on a Keeper of Secrets, The Masque, Slaanesh Heralds and Daemon Princes w/ Mark of Slaanesh. The Epitome looks like a great unit that hasn’t quite found it’s place yet. Because Daemonettes make lackluster troops, the most prudent way to use the new Slaanesh HQs is probably in a Supreme Command that lets us pair up several of them at once and easily meet the requirements for having a monogod faction. He’s got a ton of high-strength attacks, good Movement, and gives himself bonuses to hit with his aura, meaning he triggers Death to the False Emperor on a 5+. 16 Wounds and a 5+ invulnerable save (and a 6+ Feel No Pain) is nothing when you’re facing down the kind of concentrated, long-range fire that players already have to field to be able to take out Knights. Nurgle: I feel Nurgle perhaps will be the best mono build of the Daemons factions. Shalaxi gives Slaanesh players a brand new, non-Forge World, named Keeper character. From Daemon Princes to Daemonettes, we’re sure there’s more to dig into here for enterprising freaks. Venomcrawlers are a solid and underrated unit, but suffer greatly from having S6 base and having that degrade as they get bracketed. The Aura of Acquiescence (1CP for -1 Attack to a unit in the Fight phase) also helps absorb the shock of such a charge. And look, I know I’ve said in the past that Possessed aren’t worth it, but if they can advance and charge and they’re coming in with S7? The epitome comes with the Herald’s Locus of Slaanesh, but is faster (12″ Movement), and much beefier, sporting 5 Toughness and 8 Wounds. 40 Pins • 338 followers. For the reasons outlined earlier, the Daemonettes are especially good at screening in the Genestealer Cult matchup, which is one that’s normally tough for Knights as well.Army List - Click to ExpandIconoclast Super Heavy – 1279 2x Despoiler w/ 2x Thermal Cannons – 794 Despoiler w/ 2x  Avenger Gatling Cannons + Heavy Flamers – 485Slaanesh Daemon Battalion – 718 Contorted Epitome – 195 The Masque – 65 30 Daemonettes, Banner, Instrument – 205 28 Daemonettes, Banner, Instrument – 193 10 Daemonettes – 60One_Wing: Dual Thermal Iconoclast Knights seem really, really good. Chaos Daemon tactics for the Games Workshop Warhammer 40k. Here is the final part of the Daemon Tactica that was requested that focuses on the Dark Prince and Lord of Pleasure. Generally, if you are going flying circus you will be spending around 300 points per Prince. Overall, The Epitome gives us another extremely powerful 8-wound character choice to try out in our Slaanesh detachments. Overall it’s a fluffy list that probably goes a bit overboard with being all-in on Slaanesh, but that’s exactly the level of bullshit we’re on here. These changes make a big difference, as the Keeper really wants to stay and and then get into combat ASAP, especially now the larger model size makes it harder to hide from enemy sight lines and easier to focus down. The trickiest part of this army is going to be screening the units at the front: Cultists, our cheap screening units, are significantly slower than most of our monster HQs, so if we go first, we may need to spend a turn walking before we follow up by exploding forward. Wargaming web-store with low prices, speedy delivery and excellent customer service. Guess I am just trying to get an idea of tactics and versatility of certain units. That’s the price we pay for having some shooting, though. Daemons are created at the whim of one of … For the reasons outlined earlier, the Daemonettes are especially good at screening in the Genestealer Cult matchup, which is one that’s normally tough for Knights as well.Army List - Click to ExpandIconoclast Super Heavy – 1279 2x Despoiler w/ 2x Thermal Cannons – 794 Despoiler w/ 2x  Avenger Gatling Cannons + Heavy Flamers – 485Slaanesh Daemon Battalion – 718 Contorted Epitome – 195 The Masque – 65 30 Daemonettes, Banner, Instrument – 205 28 Daemonettes, Banner, Instrument – 193 10 Daemonettes – 60One_Wing: Dual Thermal Iconoclast Knights seem really, really good. The Flawless Host Warlord Trait (Ultimate Confidence) gives the Warlord 3 bonus attacks from the legion trait instead of 1, which is incredibly good now that the Lord Discordant can get Legion Traits (more on him later). Let’s discuss mono tactics for the Daemon Codex. Built using WordPress, Pleasure and Pain (2,000 Points) - Click to expand, The Pain Rush (2,000 Points) - Click to expand, Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), The 40k Hamateur Hour Presents: Road to Nova Week 10, incredibly official Goonhammer store on RebBubble, As a Renegade Chapter, they don’t have access to the, Outside of Berserkers, Chaos Space Marines don’t have many great INFANTRY close combat options, which can make it difficult to take advantage of their Legion trait. “First of all, I love their speed, as charging after having advanced is huge. If we build on the idea of the new Slaanesh Daemons as a bunch of combat monsters with good boosts for each other, we can extend that to some of the best units in the Chaos arsenal. The best options for us at that point are likely to be either the Alpha Legion or Black Legion, though if you really, really wanted to use the Emperor’s Children, it’s not the worst choice (though it’s a clear third). If so are there any units that are so good I cant afford not to run them? The Epitome looks like a great unit that hasn’t quite found it’s place yet. Warlord Trait: Ultimate Confidence HQ: Lord Discordant on Helstalker HQ: Lord Discordant on Helstalker Troops: Chaos Cultists (11) Troops: Chaos Cultists (11) Troops: Chaos Cultists (11) Heavy Support: Venomcrawler (130) Heavy Support: Venomcrawler (130)Chaos Space Marines Vanguard Detachment, 409 points (+5 CP) Legion: Flawless Host HQ: Sorcerer on Steed of Slaanesh w/Force Axe Elites: Greater Possessed Elites: Greater Possessed Elites: Possessed x7 One_Wing’s Iconoclast EfficiencyA list that One_Wing put together for our review of the Chaos Knights Codex, this list matches the new Slaanesh Daemons with the new Chaos Knights to provide a one-two punch of insane mid-range firepower from double-gun knights with the close combat prowess and high Movement of Slaaneshi daemons. Now she is forced to dance through the mortal and immortal worlds for eternity. As a result, we’ve felt that the new units haven’t quite gotten the recognition or tactical consideration they’ve deserved, and have instead been shunted aside for other, more traditionally dependable daemon factions. Ask any Nurgle player how handy Disgustingly Resilient is and you’ll understand why this option is the top dog. This beauty allows Shalaxi to go toe-to-toe to the likes of Knights, Guilliman or Abbadon, with up to 24 damage to potentially dole out, as well as the additional attacks they gets with their claws AP-3, D3 claws. In most versions of the Slaanesh lists we build, we’ll start with a Flawless Host Lord Discordant (we tend to avoid making him the Warlord though–his double-digit Wounds count make him too easy a target). From Daemon Princes to Daemonettes, we’re sure there’s more to dig into here for enterprising freaks. As always, a guide like this represents a time and place. The Dual Avenger build is still good enough that you want one, as quite a lot of the flexible relics and abilities are very powerful in the right matchups, so you want one around to buff up as appropriate, but Dual Thermals are great on the wing-giant robots. It doesn't mean you have to go all the way, because depending on list design and points value there is always some wiggle room. The Enrapturess has a modified Herald statline that exchanges the +1 Strength buff for improved summoning, a wide aura that causes Perils of the Warp on any doubles for an enemy psyker, a 1 in 6 chance to return an entire model to a unit of nearby Slaaneshi Daemons, and a mid-ranged shooting attack with two modes. The one downside is that we don’t have much synergy between the Daemon-heavy part of the army and our shooty parts–the Noise Marines don’t even get so much as an aura to benefit from, but we can cast Prescience on them to make up for it. There’s also the default options of a Ritual Knife (0, 1 or d3 Mortal Wounds at the end of Combat, depending on your roll), or a Living Whip (an Assault 6 gun that can shoot like a pistol in combat), but the Keeper is plenty killy already, so you should stick with the Aegis or the Hand as your primary choices for the Keeper of Secrets. Daemons : Slaanesh Collection by Paintersguild. It provides re-roll 1s to the KoS and the Daemonettes and its a third close combat blender but this one can't be targeted until all your other stuff is dead (or you fuck up its position). While the Shining Aegis and the Soulstealer help keep the Keeper in business longer, they can’t make up for the fact that the opponent can bring all of their firepower to bear on one from the game’s first turn and destroy one as needed. So I have bought and built a Slaanesh start collecting! The second option, which runs a slight bit cheaper, is the Sinistrous Hand, which restores d3 wounds at the end of combat as long as you’ve killed a non-VEHICLE. It also doesn’t help that Slaanesh daemons lack a full counterpart marine legion with its own bullshit rules to complement them. Or just pushing a few piles of Nurglings around some Daemon Princes. So if we’re building a pure Slaanesh list where our plan is to support better Chaos Space Marine units, we’ll probably want to run a Supreme Command detachment that features Syll’Esske, the Contorted Epitome, and a couple of Heralds to boost other stuff. The biggest problem with Slaaneshi daemons is that their troop choices just aren’t very good. Alluring. Pairing him with Heralds of Slaanesh gives the Lord Discordant a helpful +1 Strength plus the ability to Advance and Charge, which is extremely useful given his loadout and the fact that we’ll want to get him into close combat as quickly as possible. … Keep 40k WeirdMore than four thousand words in and we’ve barely touched the tip of what can be done with Slaanesh! While the Daemon aspect is primarily focused on melee, you can find Slaanesh units to do just about anything well, which means that there are a ton of options to play with. Here what we’re doing is using Greater Possessed to get an additional +1 S buff on the SLAANESH DAEMONS in the Flawless Host detachments, and using the Lords Discordant in tandem to bum rush the enemy lines alongside a pair of Venomcrawlers. Also see: Warhammer 40k 8th Edition Daemons of Slaanesh Tactics; Daemons of Tzeentch Tactics. From Daemon Princes to Daemonettes, we’re sure there’s more to dig into here for enterprising freaks. We’re keeping our Supreme Command, but swapping out the Noise Marines in favor of going all-in on daemonic melee. Beautiful. Slaanesh Daemons are back, and here to stay in 9th Edition.

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